This easy, moist cake batter works with just about any fruit if feijoas aren’t available. Use stone fruit, cherries, persimmons or frozen berries.

This easy, moist cake batter works with just about any fruit if feijoas aren’t available. Use stone fruit, cherries, persimmons or frozen berries.

This easy, moist cake batter works with just about any fruit if feijoas aren’t available. Use stone fruit, cherries, persimmons or frozen berries.

This easy, moist cake batter works with just about any fruit if feijoas aren’t available. Use stone fruit, cherries, persimmons or frozen berries.

There are some recipes that become so popular on the blogosphere that they circulate like wildfire, which is how I came upon a gluten-free recipe for this “life-changing loaf of bread”. Originating from the blog, My New Roots (I think), I’ve changed it around a bit to suit my own kitchen. I hope it suits yours too!

There are some recipes that become so popular on the blogosphere that they circulate like wildfire, which is how I came upon a gluten-free recipe for this “life-changing loaf of bread”. Originating from the blog, My New Roots (I think), I’ve changed it around a bit to suit my own kitchen. I hope it suits yours too!

A takeaway dinner favourite is made a little bit lighter and more wholesome with the substitution of cauliflower ‘rice' instead of white rice. This dish is incredibly speedy to make so is perfect as a midweek meal.

A takeaway dinner favourite is made a little bit lighter and more wholesome with the substitution of cauliflower ‘rice' instead of white rice. This dish is incredibly speedy to make so is perfect as a midweek meal.

Serve these moist little cakes with a spoonful of silky date caramel sauce and softly whipped cream, or simply a dusting of icing sugar.

Serve these moist little cakes with a spoonful of silky date caramel sauce and softly whipped cream, or simply a dusting of icing sugar.

Serve these moist little cakes with a spoonful of silky date caramel sauce and softly whipped cream, or simply a dusting of icing sugar.

Serve these moist little cakes with a spoonful of silky date caramel sauce and softly whipped cream, or simply a dusting of icing sugar.

Lucky for me, my mum always let me experiment in the kitchen as a kid – so I have named this slice after her.

Lucky for me, my mum always let me experiment in the kitchen as a kid – so I have named this slice after her.

Coconut oil imparts a lovely richness to these loaves, while the glaze adds a little crackle of sweetness.

Coconut oil imparts a lovely richness to these loaves, while the glaze adds a little crackle of sweetness.

This stew cooks slowly in a low oven, improves with age and is best with relaxed company and a good bottle of red wine.

This stew cooks slowly in a low oven, improves with age and is best with relaxed company and a good bottle of red wine.

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